Stobling [stoh-bling], n – a single unit of soap formed by adjoining two wet tagerleaves on their concave sides
What, sir? Throw out these two, perfectly good tagerleaves? No. Nay. I will not. I shan’t. You think I want to go buy soap tomorrow? Well, I don’t. And now I don’t have to, because this thing now has enough girth to achieve a reasonably milky lather. That’s right, this little gentleman just bought himself another couple of showers. And don’t even get me started with the double stobling (that’s like six showers).
As they always say, when life hands you tagerleaves, make a stobling.